Finalto’s New York Data Centre NY4: Advancing Worldwide Liquidity Provision

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Finalto’s New York Data Centre NY4 represents a significant step forward in the company’s efforts to provide dependable and international liquidity services to clients around the world.

Earlier this year, Finalto proudly unveiled its New York Data Centre NY4, which marks a significant milestone in its ongoing efforts to establish itself as a leader in best practices and worldwide liquidity provision. Finalto has invested heavily in this state-of-the-art facility, designed to meet its clients’ most demanding requirements as part of its commitment to improve its services and expand its global footprint continuously.

To shed more light on Finalto’s exciting new developments and their benefits, we had the privilege of sitting down with two of the company’s top executives: Paul Groves, the Head of European Sales, and Andy Biggs, the Group Head of Risk and Trading. Through our discussion, we gained valuable insights into how Finalto’s latest advancement is expected to enhance its clients’ liquidity access while ensuring the highest security and reliability standards.

Groves explains, “The expansion into the New York Datacentre gives us much greater facility to provide liquidity solutions to our clients regardless of where they are based.” This launch has been in development for some time now and it is emblematic of an ongoing commitment to provide clients with robust liquidity solutions.

Groves went on to state, “With NY4 live, and SG3 launching later this year, we’ll have three areas of localised pricing, giving our clients improved speed and efficiency of execution.” The manoeuvre is a significant step forward as part of a long-term strategy for the company to cement its status as a truly global provider of liquidity.

This is especially exciting for companies that have their infrastructure based in New York including systematic funds trading US-based assets. This is because it allows them to avoid the potential shortcomings of piping prices from internationally based data centres. Localised pricing and technology allow Finalto to further reduce the latency of the service to near zero regardless of client location.

Biggs clarifies, “Milliseconds matter, so for many businesses this represents a significant service enhancement. For trading systems based in and around New York particularly, the ability to trade with a system that leverages locally based technology and liquidity is extremely important.”

New data centres allow us to persist in our efforts to provide the exceptional service we have become known for, to new regions and clients everywhere. These innovations and improvements to Finalto’s service are the result of tireless work that has been undertaken by the team to bring liquidity closer to our clients; with this particular development being in the works for over two years.

“With three internationally based data centres, Finalto is now a truly global liquidity broker. Offering localised pricing in London, New York, and Singapore. Our liquidity provision is more internationally reliable than ever,” emphasises Groves.

Andy Biggs, Group Head of Risk and Trading







Plans to globalize its services have been a consistent cornerstone of Finalto’s development strategy, and the NY4 data center clearly manifests this vision. As a leading provider of liquidity services, Finalto remains steadfast in its commitment to delivering increasingly dependable and international solutions to its clients, regardless of location. With its unparalleled scale and extensive in-house expertise, Finalto has offered a high level of liquidity provision in every corner of the world’s markets, a feat few other firms can match. As such, clients can rest assured that Finalto will continue to set the standard for liquidity provision for years.

Paul Grove, Head of European Sales

For more updates on our dedication to our outstanding and evolving service, watch this space.

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